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" My love, my life, said I, explain This change of humour : pr'ythee, tell : That falling tear — What does it mean ? She sigh'd ; she smil'd : and to the flowers Pointing, the lovely moralist said : See, friend, in some few fleeting hours, See yonder,... "
A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ... - Page 130
1787 - 152 pages
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Notes for Latin Lyrics

Rev.H. Musgrave Wilkins,M.A. - 1851
...sighed : she smiled ; and to the flowers Pointing, the lovely moralist said : " See friend, in some few fleeting hours, " See yonder, what a change is..." And that of Beauty are but one : " At morn, both flourish bright and gay ; " Both fade at evening, pale and gone." (PRIOR.) EXEECISE CXLII. PROGRESS...
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The Literature and the Literary Men of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 1

Abraham Mills - 1851
...She sigh'd, she smil'd ; and to the flowers Pointing, the lovely mor'list said, Sec, friend, in some few fleeting hours, See yonder, what a change is made....May And that of beauty are but one ; At morn both flourish bright and gay, Both fade at evening, pale, and gone. AN EPITAPH. Interr'd beneath this marble...
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The Works of the British Poets, Selected and Chronologically Arranged ...

1852
...sigh'd ; she smil'd ; and, to the flowers Pointing, the lovely moralist said : " See, friend, in some peace, or not, alike to me he comes. Chor. His fraught...[Enti-r HA.RAFHA.] Har. I come not ; Samson, to c flourish bright and gay; Both fade at evening, pale, and gone. .• At dawn poor Stella danc'd and...
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The English Humourists of the Eighteenth Century: A Series of Lectures ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1853 - 322 pages
...she smiled, and to the flowers Pointing, the lovely moralist said ; See, friend, in some few leisure hours, See yonder what a change is made ! " Ah, me...May, And that of Beauty are but one : At morn both flourisht bright and gay, Both fade at evening, pale and gone. " At dawn poor Stella danced and sung,...
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The English Humourists of the Eighteenth Century: A Series of Lectures

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1853 - 297 pages
...she smiled, and to the flowers Pointing, the lovely moralist said ; See, friend, in some few leisure hours, See yonder what a change is made ! " Ah, me...May, And that of Beauty are but one : At morn both nourished bright and gay, Both fade at evening, pale and gone. " At dawn poor Stella danced and sung,...
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The English Humourists of the Eighteenth Century: A Series of Lectures ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1853 - 309 pages
...smiled, aad to the flowers See, friend, in some few leisure hours, Pointing, the lovely moralist said; See yonder what a change is made! "Ah, me! the blooming...May, And that of Beauty are but one: At morn both flourisht bright and gay, Both fade at evening, pale and gone. "At dawn poor Stella danced and sung,...
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A cyclopędia of poetical quotations, arranged by H.G. Adams

Cyclopaedia - 1853 - 733 pages
...strongest light; 'Tis all of heaven that we below may view, And all but adoration is your due. Young. Ah me! the blooming pride of May, And that of beauty are but one; At morn, both flourish bright and gay, Both fade at evening, pale and gone. Pit'oi'. Beauty! thou pretty plaything!...
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Select poems of Prior and Swift [ed. by C. Bathurst].

Matthew Prior - 1853 - 184 pages
...lovely moralist said: See, friend, in some few fleeting hours, See yonder, what a change is made. VIII. Ah me ! the blooming pride of May, And that of beauty are but one : At morn both flourish, bright and gay, Both fade at evening, pale, and gone. IX. At dawn poor Stella danc'd and...
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Henry's English Grammar; a Manual for Beginners

Thomas Kerchever Arnold - 1853 - 219 pages
...upon the earth. 6. — thou traitor ! hast thou, indeed, held correspondence with our enemies ? 7. — me ! the blooming pride of May And that of beauty are but one. — (PRIOR.) 8. — I hear his footsteps. 9. — all will turn out better than you imagine. Lesson...
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The Rhyme and Reason of Country Life, Or, Selections from Fields Old and New

Susan Fenimore Cooper - 1854 - 428 pages
...sigh'd ; she smiled : and to the flowers Pointing, the lovely moralist said — " See, friend, in some few fleeting hours, See yonder, what a change is made...May, And that of beauty, are but one : At morn both flourish bright and gay ; Both fade at evening, pale, and gone. At dawn poor Stella danced and sung,...
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